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Could AMD build its next RDNA graphics card out of chiplets?

It’s been recently put forward that AMD may be considering a multi-chip GPU for its upcoming graphics card generation, one which features two or more discrete chips intrinsically tied together to work as one for maximum performance. A truly massive 160 CU GPU, in fact. It’s a concept not unlike the one that AMD employs within its AMD Ryzen CPUs, and with great success, but is it really possible in graphics?

This is hardly the first time we’ve heard tell of a multi-chip GPU, which is often referred to as an MCM GPU, for multi-chip module. Even way back in the days of Vega, and ahead of first generation RDNA, then known as Navi, AMD’s key engineers and project leads were keen on the concept.

We are looking at the MCM type of approach, but we’ve yet to conclude that this is something that can be used for traditional gaming graphics type of application.

David Wang, SVP engineering AMD, 2018

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